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    Fred Savage

    What do you think? INFp (with leaning toward ENTj?*)?



    * reflects my temporary, emerging subtype theory ...

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    I think he looks ISFj

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    Quote Originally Posted by posablethumb
    I think he looks ISFj
    Because of these pictures, or his facial expressions upon watching him on film, or ???

    Btw, I don't think he does. Hmm.

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    From the pictures. He looks super focused on one point, so that gave me the impression of Se. Fi is just a vibe I get from his smile.. What was ur method in typing him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by posablethumb
    From the pictures. He looks super focused on one point, so that gave me the impression of Se. Fi is just a vibe I get from his smile.. What was ur method in typing him?
    1st, specific facial animations and v.i. energy sketches. 2nd, function-watching of individual(s) IRL who MUST be of an equivalent type (whatever that type may be). 3rd, profile matching.

    Outside opinions on Savage's type are welcome, too.

    EDIT: looking "super focused" can be an Ni trait.

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    I see a lot of Fi too. I thought INFj, but ISFj could work.

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    he's clearly intuitive. infp perhaps, but i think enfj is a better estimate. The guy in the second picture may be istj.
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    Quote Originally Posted by heath
    The guy in the second picture may be istj.
    Probably.

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    The guy reminds me of Auvi. The one on the right looks like a Ti ego type.
    But, for a certainty, back then,
    We loved so many, yet hated so much,
    We hurt others and were hurt ourselves...

    Yet even then, we ran like the wind,
    Whilst our laughter echoed,
    Under cerulean skies...

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    Who's the guy on the right?

    I always got a infp vibe from fred savage. The Wonder Years was the best show ever.

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    fred: INTp or something
    guy on right: ew. He looks ENFj ESTj IxTj. Those bright, sugary feminine eyes remind me of those types. Reminds me a little of Kevin Costner who is typed INTj on Lytov's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ms. Kensington
    fred: INTp or something [...]
    why?

    I'm thinking xxTx now. How specific.

    MAYbe INTp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thehotelambush
    I see a lot of Fi too. I thought INFj, but ISFj could work.
    Not sure where some of you are getting ISFj from at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by astralsilky
    Quote Originally Posted by thehotelambush
    I see a lot of Fi too. I thought INFj, but ISFj could work.
    Not sure where some of you are getting ISFj from at all.
    me neither. to me he seems intuitive.

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    Interview clips:


    I read that you initially turned down 'Crumbs.' What changed your mind?

    What changed my mind was actually reading the script, which I thought was just extraordinary and, more importantly, something unique that I hadn't read in a pilot before. The tone of it, the way it balanced the comedy and drama so seamlessly, the rhythms of it, the way the comedy was presented -- it wasn't in that typical gag-a-minute pattern that's come to define TV sitcom.

    In a review of the show, a TV critic called it a "sadcom." And the show does contain quite a lot of pathos.

    I wouldn't necessarily say it's sad, but this is a show that's about a very fractured family that's gone through a lot of pain. The comedy comes from their pain, but at the same time, it deals with their pain in a very real way. You know, it's just not a goofy sitcom.

    So you're trying to push the envelope?

    A lot of people say, "Oh, the sitcom is dead." I think they're right to some extent, in that the shows they're putting out are the same. There's a rhythm that's come to define TV sitcom that we're trying to shake up a bit. We're playing it a lot more honestly. We're borrowing from the traditions that were established by shows like 'Soap' or 'All in the Family.' If you set up real characters and you care about them, the comedy is going to be that much sweeter. It'll be earned in a much more genuine way than to have goofs and gags and pratfalls. Values Fi > Fe? Also, notice he is talking here again about rhythm. What does that imply?

    Did you have any reservations about playing a gay character?

    No, none at all. It seems very odd when everyone asks me that. I've played murderers and rapists and really horrible people and no one's ever once asked me if I've had reservations about playing those people. I liked that [Mitch] was this closeted gay man. I also thought there wasn't a gay character like that on television. This character is a lot more internal. He doesn't know how he feels about his sexuality, he doesn't necessarily want to be gay at times and he doesn't embrace that lifestyle.

    Mitch will be coming out to his family soon. Can you tell me more about that?

    It's not like he gets everyone together and makes this announcement. To each of the family members, he comes out in a different way. Sometimes, it's forced upon him, other times he chooses it.

    Are you still directing?

    Not while I'm doing 'Crumbs.' We just finished [filming], now that we're done I'll be directing more. The schedule is too busy when we're shooting. I'm going back to work for Nickelodeon and doing shows for them.

    Everybody Hates Chris

    OK, we like to ask this of our Tattlers when we can. What are your five favorite shows, past or present?
    Past or present? That's big. I would have to do five past and five present. Five past would be 'Cheers,' 'Mary Tyler Moore,' 'M*A*S*H,' 'The Ben Stiller Show' and, ah, gosh...

    What about present?

    'Grey's Anatomy,' huge favorite of ours. I have to check my [Tivo] season passes. Oh, 'It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia.' 'Project Runway.' 'TRL.' Let's see... 'Everybody Hates Chris.'

    That's another show that's not quite a regular sitcom.

    It's a single-camera show. People call them sitcoms, but when I think of sitcoms, I think of your traditional multi-camera set-up. These new shows that are single-camera comedies, that's how the 'Wonder Years' was done. I wouldn't lump 'Scrubs' and 'My Name is Earl' with 'King of Queens.' I don't consider those the same kind of show. I call the multi-camera shows sitcoms, and the single-camera shows are comedies. That's just my own personal distinction. Comment: From a purely functional standpoint, this sounds incredibly Ni, perhaps Ni+Te ~ but this isn't enough to type someone on.

    I agree, but the word "sitcom" is just so ubiquitous.
    Well, as a journalist, you can make that change!
    source http://television.aol.com/news/tv_ta...ws/fred_savage

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    Here's him being EXXp playing poker:

    [youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=yJqoQ37laqc[/youtube]
    "How could we forget those ancient myths that stand at the beginning of all races, the myths about dragons that at the last moment are transformed into princesses? Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us act, just once, with beauty and courage. Perhaps everything that frightens us is, in its deepest essence, something helpless that wants our love."
    -- Rainer Maria Rilke, Letters to a Young Poet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Baby
    Here's him being EXXp playing poker:
    Holy cow, I've never seen that side to him before.



    NOT that I've seen much of him.

    IF he is Se dominant,
    gasp
    ESTp is the type I feel least confident about id-ing and am trying to learn how.

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    I would like to point out that his best film was Little Monster.

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    haha, I love Fred Savage. I need to learn poker.

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    General update ~ Se dominant seems very unlikely.

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    He`s ESFj.
    Not ISFj for sure, but still primary feeling.
    The other guy is ISTj indeed, so they are semiduals and
    that makes sense.

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